Dec 172013
 

Travel English: Planning a vacation: Time to take a break from your work? Go for a vacation somewhere nice, and while you’re there improve your English too. In this lesson you will learn the phrases and words that you can use when you plan your vacation.


 

 
Vocabulary

Scared : Scared means to be frightened.
Exam : A set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge.
Tough : Something that is tough means something very hard.
Coordinator : A coordinator is a person whose task is to see that work goes on harmoniously.
Prepared : To make something ready for use or consideration.
Strict : A person who is strict demands total obedience or observance.
Extension : Extension is a part that is added to something to enlarge or prolong it, a continuation.
Restaurant : Restaurant is a place where people pay to eat meals.
Expensive : Something that is very expensive means it costs a lot of money.
Invite : To invite means to make a formal, polite or friendly request to someone to go somewhere or to do something.
Plan : A plan is a detailed proposal for doing or achieving something.
Stationery Store : A stationery shop is a place where stationery is sold, such as pens, papers, notebooks, etc.
Presentation : Presentation is the giving of something to someone, especially as a part of a formal ceremony.
Assigned : Assigned means to appoint someone to a particular job or task.
Deadline : Deadline is the latest time or date by which something should be completed.
Worker : A worker is a person who does a specified kind of a work.
Job : A job is a paid position of regular employment.
Appreciate : To appreciate means to be grateful for something.

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